How do you build and lead a mentally healthy team amid a crisis?
One in five Australian adults experiences a mental illness in any given year, costing Australian workplaces $6.3 billion in absenteeism and presentism alone. So, what is mental health and wellbeing and how can we build mentally healthy teams through our leadership? This highly engaging and interactive session is a great way to build the confidence of business leaders to lead with their employees’ wellbeing in mind, therefore optimising performance and productivity.
“The webinars are great; perfect for this situation. And the presenters are fantastic. Excellent at engaging in this format and staying on topic and sticking to the time.”
In this highly engaging 90 minute webinar, we:
Discuss the definition of mental health and mental illness, the key differences and what to look out for.
Discover the role of leaders in building self-awareness, promoting positive mental health and creating psychological safety.
- Develop practical strategies and actionable organisational practices to build mentally healthy teams.
“The webinars are great and I’ve really enjoyed participating. They have helped me to identify my strengths which has been really good for me.”
Anna has over 20 years of experience working with large corporate organisations in a variety of capacities including Learning & Development, Human Resources, Customer Service, Team Leadership and General Management. She is an experienced facilitator who has worked in many diverse situations with a wide variety of clients. Anna works in partnership with organisations to help them effect desired change and to build the capability of their business and people by designing and customising solutions. Anna is dedicated to deeply understanding each client’s needs. A compelling story-teller, Anna ensures her workshops are fully inclusive.
Beck is an experienced speaker, coach and wellbeing consultant, with a professional career that includes executive roles in structured finance, telecommunications and not-for-profits in Australia and South Africa. She holds a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology with First Class Honours from the University of Melbourne, a Bachelor of Commerce and is accredited in world-class emotional intelligence and strength-based diagnostics. Beck is passionate about inspiring people to unlock their potential by developing their strengths, forming deeper relationships, discovering meaning in their work and accomplishing their goals.
Tegan’s passion for positive psychology grew during her 10+ years working at Camp Quality, the birthplace of The Oranges Toolkit program. During her time at Camp Quality, Tegan was responsible for heading up Learning, Development and Culture; rolling out the Oranges program to employees and volunteers across Australia. Tegan is now the General Manager and Facilitator at the Oranges Toolkit, a Board Member at Action for Happiness Australia and a business coach. She has qualifications in HR, Positive Psychology, Yoga Teaching, Event Management and is an accredited Strengths Profile practitioner.
“The interactive polls and having both Anna presenting and Tegan responding to comments and providing related information worked really well.”
Details and enquiries
The engaging and interactive 1.5 hour webinar will be expertly facilitated via Zoom from 9:30am – 11am (AEDT) on Thursday 22nd October 2020. Please note this is Daylight Savings Time.
Spots are limited and cost just $49+GST per person. This webinar is open to the public – everyone is welcome!
Once you have booked your ticket/s, we will contact you with access details.
If you would like to discuss a group booking, please Contact Us or call 1300 857 425.
This event is part of a series of The Oranges Toolkit events and activities to support Australian mental health awareness for National Mental Health Month.